Date & time
RegNet will hold its annual Thesis Proposal Review (TPR) day on Tuesday 3 November.
The 2020 cohort of RegNet PhD scholars will present their thesis proposals to their supervisors, peers and other RegNet scholars.
9:00am-9:10am Welcome and introductions
9:10am-9:55am Anna Fieldhouse: The influence of marginalised member-led civil society organisations on welfare service regulation: A transnational analysis of disability and aged care markets
10:00am-10:45am Jenna Harb: Regulation and the digital welfare: Transformations of social assistance in Lebanon
10:45am-11:00am Morning Tea
11:00am-11:45am Alexandre Portes: The implementation of IPRs for sustainable development: A comparative analysis of patent protection in Latin America
11:50am-12:35pm Sithong Chanthasouk: How can the Bank of the Lao PDR increase the effectiveness of Lao bank regulation using contemporary approaches to regulation?
1:50pm-2:35pm Achalie Kumarage: Law and governance as tools for improving economic conditions of women workers
2:40pm-3:25pm Theodora Putri: How do judges and the institutional design of the Indonesian court system respond to women in criminal justice proceedings?
3:25pm-3:40pm Afternoon Tea
3:45pm-4:30pm Paul Marshall: Navigating the Nagoya Protocols: Examining Australia’s developing regulatory frameworks for Traditional Owners to commercialise Aboriginal traditional medicines and bush foods
4:30pm-4:35pm Final remarks
This event is open to RegNet academics, staff, students and visitors. To attend, please RSVP here